Tarvin Cubs-Get on Air!

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Last Week 1st Tarvin Cubs visited the Chester and District Jamboree on the Air where they enjoyed using some of the latest technology.

In the following pictures you can see the children making music using vegetables and electrical currents.

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There was also an opportunity to contact scouts from around the globe and here you can see one of the boys talking to a scout in Ohio, USA by short wave radio.

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Other activities included using a radio telescope and making robotic gadgets. At the end of an exciting evening the children just had time for a group photograph before returning to Tarvin

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